MOC: Natural History Museum

Enjoy the experience of spending a day at the Museum with this awesome LEGO project. With this project, based on the Natural History Museum, you will finally be able to immerse yourself in the fabulous world!

The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Natural History Museum’s main frontage, however, is on Cromwell Road. This set contains the Natural History Museum (based on a lot of pictures) and some other elements like the LEGO dinosaur (91 lego pieces). This set also includes seven LEGO minifigures.

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MOC: Mountain Fortress

Here is the beautiful mountaintop stronghold! Alluded to in the Riverside Castle post, this amazing landscape features a huge field with trees and waterfall spilling into a lake. Walk up the steps to the castle, open the gates and check out all of the rooms and features! There is a prison, lord’s weapons room, planning room, armory (with ladders to the underground blacksmith shop with light-up furnace), several catapults, 12 minifigures, removable castle sections, and much more!

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MOC: AR-15

Behold: the life-size, multi-functioning, brick-built AR-15! As a full length model of the classic military rifle, it has many functions and realistic features, including: angled handle with brick-built grip, working trigger, removable magazine, safety switch, cocking mechanism, sight on barrel, adjustable sight (just turn the gear and it moves forward or backward), anti-jamming button, and tactical rail on barrel. Continue reading

MOC: Planetary Base

Here is the incredible Planetary Base! This base serves as both a research station, command base, and a waypoint for many ships, with refueling/recharging ports, giant double-sided radar dish with antennae, cargo truck (with wheels), small starfighter (Utility-class, but commonly known as the ‘Carrier Pigeon’) with opening cargo bay, entrance tracks up to the sliding doors, sliding airlocks on the inside, control center, armory, storage rooms, sleeping quarters, kitchen, tracks for the ship and truck, and opening exit hatch with folding ladder–all resting on a huge, sturdy stand built with large figure parts! Originally built for Brickster_Tim’s New World Explorer series, this is now being used for the Octan Corporation in the Andromeda galaxy.

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MOC: Modular Bank

Have too much cash in your pocket? Or do you need some out of your account? Come to the Modular Bank! If your a businessperson, you can use one of the four offices on the second and third floors! Built as a 1940s-style building (consistent with the rest of the Modular Building Series), this detailed bank is full of classic features. Continue reading

MOC: Escort

In your everyday spaceway travels, you might hear a rumbling and a huge thundering mass go by. That would be the N.W.E.S. Escort. As the first in the New World Explorer series, this pioneer cruiser was made primarily as a cargo ship, but evolved into a defense craft, designed to last a long time in space with a minimal crew. Continue reading

MOC: Stringer’s Ultra Mech

Also known as the “Brain Buster”, this machine was created for a 2013 Hero Factory contest. As evil brain-controlled creatures roamed Makuhero City, LEGO fans were called upon to created a viable defense for the heroes. Dissatisfied with the lack of an appearance from Jimi Stringer in the LEGO sets released in the year, Brickster_Tim decided to give him the part he deserved by making him a giant, four-legged machine. Continue reading